How do the add links work with generating revenues on different hubs? Do I have to go back and edit the information for every hub I publish, or does the information connect somehow?
If you means suggested links, these tend to go to other hubs than your own and will not help with traffic or revenue.
Concerning links between your own hubs, these should be related to one another, and there are different ways to accomplish it. A textual link or link capsule will need to be manually updated to add links to new hubs. The Groups feature makes it quick to add new hubs to an existing group. A custom RSS feed automates the process, as long as you consistently use the same tag in all related hubs.
Links to others hub does not generate income for you... I hope I have understood your question right.. your hubs can be linked together but that has no connection with revenue either.
Interlinking one's own related hubs may increase traffic, and thus revenue. But in practice, it requires substantial traffic to really generate income even to the primary hub, and all the more so for the second tier traffic.
I would disagree that interlinking your own hubs has no connection with revenue.
IF you can read your readers mind and know what they are interested in, and IF you provide a link to your hub that piques their interest, the MAY visit that hub and MAY click an ad.
I have several hubs that are of similar topics and all linked together with both textual links and RSS feeds. Those hubs often show visits from the other hubs on the same general topic, and that in turn generates income.
I guess what I am trying to figure out is whether or not I have to go through setting up the HubPages Ad, Amazon, and AdSense accounts each and every time I create a new hub.
Mr. Clark, AdSense and HubPages ads are automatically configured for each and all of your hubs once you have enrolled and activated the accounts. Amazon, you need to become an affiliate, activate your account, and then insert Amazon capsules into every hub where you want to display those ads.
That has to be your HubPages profile address:
I recommend you take the time to study the Learning Center, see the link at the bottom of this page.
When I applied for the AsSense account it denied me and said I need to post a snippet on another page stating: "This post confirms my ownership of the site and that this site adheres to Google AdSense program policies and Terms and Conditions: ca-pub-102634922152021."
Does everyone do this?
I have never had that, but why not do it if that is what they want? Just add it to your profile.
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